Norman Lloyd

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VIDEO: Murder in White

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Murder in White
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Length: 47:06
Aired: 12/19/1993

Jessica works on a stage adaptation of one of her mysteries. While the actors worry about their performances, the show's producer is stabbed to death. watch

VIDEO: The Committee

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The Committee
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Length: 46:31
Aired: 12/1/1991

Jessica is asked to investigate the murder of an exclusive men's association member. Clues point to a club leader, making Jessica's job difficult. watch

VIDEO: Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Chase

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Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Chase
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Aired: 4/26/1993

Picard finds himself in a race with Cardassians, Klingons, and Romulans to solve a four billion year old genetic puzzle. watch

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17 Again: What's This You're Wearing?
17 Again
17 Again: You Ok, Mrs. O'donnell?
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Credits

Year Title Description
2007 Who Is Norman Lloyd? Movie, Actor
2005 In Her Shoes Movie, Actor - The Professor
2003 Charlie Movie, Actor
2000 The Adventures Of Rocky & Bullwinkle Movie, Actor - Wassamotta U. President
1998 Seven Days TV Show Series, Actor - Dr. Isaac Mentnor

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Keck's Exclusives: St. Elsewhere Vet Guests on Modern Family

Any other St. Elsewhere fans out there? Norman Lloyd, who played hospital veteran Dr. Daniel Auschlander on the Emmy-winning NBC medical drama from 1982-88, will pop up in an upcoming episode of Modern Family. And most impressive of all — Norman turns 96 on Nov. 8!

The story finds Cameron (Eric Stonestreet) befriending the senior citizen in a shopping mall... read more

I know most of the world ...

Question: I know most of the world remembers Alfred Hitchcock as a master filmmaker, but I've always been a big fan of his TV show, too. Recently a friend was telling me he just put his name on it and didn't really work on it much. True or false? (Please say false!) Thank you.


Answer: That depends on your definition of the word "work," Nicole. Let's face it: If you do any job long enough it becomes toil, but I guarantee that the people who performed the day-to-day functions on Alfred Hitchcock Presents during its initial 1955-65 run on CBS and NBC would have told you that they were the ones doing the heavy lifting. Matter of fact, one of the major players did just that. "He contributes nothing except script supervision," protégée and series producer Joan Harrison flatly told TV Guide in 1964, noting that she hired all read more

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